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6 Signs That It’s Time to Speak With a Pain Management Specialist

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that about 1 in 5 Americans are living with chronic pain. If pain is part of your daily experience, you do have options … and one of them is speaking with a pain management specialist! A pain management specialist is a medical provider who has received…

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5 Health Consequences of Being Dehydrated

Generally, adults should drink eight 8-ounce glasses of water (or fluid) each day. Yet research indicates that many of us, and especially older adults, are chronically dehydrated.  It’s not just our fluid intake (or lack of it) that’s a problem. Heat exposure, overexertion, acute illness, and even certain medications – such as drugs to treat…

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American Pain Consortium Holdings (APCH), Center for Pain Management’s parent organization, is pleased to announce the appointment of Gary Raju as APCH Chief Financial Officer. Read more about the appointment in the official press release.

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Managing the Crisis: What You Need to Know to Navigate the COVID-19 Pandemic

By Dr. Amanda Wakefield By now, everyone has heard more than they ever wanted to about the COVID-19 pandemic and have felt its impact in one way or another. The guidelines for preventing infection (e.g. frequent handwashing, staying home when you’re sick) have stayed much the same over time, except for the additional recommendation to…

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Coping with Coronavirus and Chronic Pain

COVID-19 Update: We remain open, providing our continued high-quality care in Indianapolis. However, please call us ahead of upcoming appointments if you are experiencing fever, cough, or breathing difficulties. For your safety, patients may only be accompanied by one guest in the waiting room effective immediately. Please click here to see our June 6 update…

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Alternatives to Repeat Back Surgery in Indianapolis

Making the choice to undergo back surgery is a big decision. Any spinal surgery has some level of risk – and usually, an extended recovery time. Of course, some people with disabling back pain can accept the risks of back surgery, if they think it will alleviate their pain. Unfortunately, there is no guarantee after…

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